We believe that the purpose of Catholic education to nurture the spiritual, academic, and social growth of students in an atmosphere that embraces our Catholic values.
We believe student learning and achievement is best promoted by a challenging yet supportive learning environment, instruction that addresses a variety of learning styles, and the expectation that all students can succeed.
We believe instruction should include a variety of techniques to meet the needs of each student. Instruction should motivate, encourage, and empower students with the knowledge and skills needed to fulfill their potential.
We believe that the curriculum should facilitate instruction, establish a strong foundation in STREAM subjects, provide a framework for continued growth in knowledge from year to year, incorporate Catholic values, and reinforce good citizenship.
We believe that ongoing student assessments should address each child’s strengths and potential. The process of assessing student performance should include both formal and informal methods that address students’ differing learning styles.
We believe that Christ calls us to serve others. Christian service is living the Gospel in real and concrete terms. We believe that a commitment to Christ’s service should be fostered and encouraged continually.
We believe in continuous improvement of our students, the school, and ourselves. We further believe that that goal is best achieved by a collaborative partnership between the school, its administrators and teachers, and parents and students.
We believe students, parents, faculty and staff, work together to create a loving community where students are empowered to reach their potential, and in which each individual is valued and welcomed, and the Gospel message is evident;
We believe that Christ calls us to serve others. Christian service is living the Gospel in real and concrete terms. Such service is to be fostered and encouraged continually.
We believe that faith formation begins within the family and is enriched and supported by the climate and culture of the Catholic school as it seeks to reflect God’s love and goodness.